Officer Lou Garou isn’t the best cop in small-town Woodhaven, in fact, he’s probably the worst. One evening during the night shift, Lou investigates a mysterious disturbance at the edge of town and wakes up with a pentagram carved in his chest, heightened senses and body hair that’s growing at an alarming rate

What people are saying:

“Take 80’s camp to extreme, add an interesting twist to the origin of the werewolf. Get an actor who looks like Ted Nugents crazy cousin who just happens to own a gun store. Throw in a little silly conspiracy theory (reptilian shape shifters) and you get wolf cop.” 3 1/2 stars

“As much as I enjoy the occasional low budget indie movie, this one just didn’t work very well for me. It had an occasional moment or two that was entertaining, but mostly, it was just bad.” 2 stars

“Reminded me of the sleazy glee of Troma and Hobo with a Shotgun, though not as entertaining as those.” 3 stars

“God-awful. One stupidity after another. Obviously made with almost no budget, but that’s forgivable. The completely ridiculous (not in a fun way) story is not. Also, a solar eclipse happens at the new moon only, never at the full moon. Nothing fun, interesting or redeemable here. Save yourself the time and just pick something else.” 1 star

“Wolfcop is amusing and gleefully gory, but is ultimately too jumbled to enjoy completely.” 2 stars


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